Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Causes of cancer told to pre-meds by Pfahler • Manchester to sub for Wallace May 6 • Besse Howard will speak at forum Wednesday on topic, "Spring, 1941" • Sub-frosh to view Ursinus this Saturday • May hop to feature music of Woody Leh • 'Unity in diversity' will be conference theme on May 7 • The Ursinus weekend travelogue around the circuit • Play 'Lightnin' centers around Calivada Hotel • Sixteen visit medical centers on excursion to New York • Five attend chemistry conference at Villanova • Powers of God are subject of vespers • Herber is pre-legal prexy • Meistersingers plan spring concert, May 1 • French Club to hear talk on prestige of French tongue • Debaters elect Lownes prexy; mixed team meets Drexel • Kriebel, Hartman to present reviews of Hilton and Brittain • Class of 1940 makes the grade in business and graduate work • IRC elects Byron president; discusses plans for next year • Local draft boards to weigh claims of students for deferment • Baseballers lose to Mules 3-2; trounce Dickinson 12-2 • Irvin paces track squad to victory over Delaware clan by 65-61 score • Netmen blank Lions in season opener • Co-ed net squad defeats Penn and Albright lassies • Zulick and Baberick win as Moravian beats golfers 3-2 • Freshman girls lead race in class softball league • Doc Baker heads old English game at Ursinus • Carter's articles appear in historical dictionary • Hobos and bums to have poverty ball Saturday • Y officers to be inducted in service on Sunday

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Henry A. Wallace, George E. Pfahler, Denton Herber, Haines Political Society, Jesse S. Heiges, Curtain Club, pre-medical society, Albert Schinz, English Club, library, debate team, selective service, International Relations Club, tennis, track team, baseball, softball, golf, cricket, Harvey L. Carter, YMCA, YWCA


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 39, Number 25.

Denton Herber, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, April 28, 1941



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